Mismanagement of one’s energy reserves is the leading cause of fatigue, stress, and poor sleep quality, even among otherwise healthy people.
They aren’t providing adequate support during crucial periods of the day and for critical activities.
Determine your energy chart after you’ve made one.
For instance, Alex is aware that it takes 20 minutes longer than usual to get out of bed in the morning.
He quickly turns on the news to assist him in getting out of bed.
For whatever reason, this raises his alpha brain wave frequencies, making him feel better.
However, he interprets the news negatively, and rather than making him feel relieved; he starts to feel stressed.
The repercussions of this anxious energy linger, leaving him sluggish and disoriented.
If this keeps happening, he won’t even need the negative news as a trigger; he’ll be upset every morning.
Alex considers the morning news an “energy trap.”
More than two cups of coffee, poor food planning (too much protein in the morning, not enough in the afternoon), fast, angry songs on the way to the office, and a tendency to speak negatively with coworkers are just a few of the energy traps he uncovers throughout the day.
You may stop your energy losses and start making gains again if you learn to recognize your own energy traps and mismatches and correct them.
Training your body and mind to use “higher-quality currency” will allow you to do more with less effort and more fulfillment.
For some initial vigor, consider the following four nibbles:
1. Raising Your Vibrations with This Power Pair
Get a picture of the outdoors that calms you down and some upbeat music to pump you full of energy.
Stick these onto your phone.
Take five to seven minutes to sit back, slow your breathing, and focus intently on the image.
Play your tempo-changing song afterward.
There is a fourfold increase in vitality thanks to this combination.
If you want, you can combine your tranquil image with music that has a slower tempo and more calming lyrics.
Be patient and listen for the next 12 minutes.
2. Reducing the Risk of Burnout
Instead, you should switch to something more enjoyable and do more of it until you’re fully recharged.
A wave of endorphins and other feel-good chemicals will flood your system, resetting your brain’s electrical activity.
Have a fantastic, long-term side project ready at all times.
3. Alter Your Thought Patterns to Banish Low Spirit
Post a picture of a friend, family member, or pet engaging in a lighthearted and amusing activity to your phone.
Making goofy, childlike faces is quite effective.
4. Plan Something That Will Refresh You
Review the plans for the next day.
Find a situation where you know you’ll expend much energy.
Think ahead and schedule some time for relaxation, either before or after.
Instead of sitting at your desk, trying to come up with ideas, try going for a walk and listening to an audiobook, sketching a scene from nature, or writing something original.
Take things easy, fill your spirit with fuel, and relax and delight at the moment.